2020 PEI Issue 2

Power Engineering International Issue 2 2020

Spotlight on new tech For some time the energy industry has focused on the challenge of how to...
Specialist coatings for gas turbines

Specialist coatings for gas turbines

Knowledge is key to sourcing the most effective replacement coatings for gas turbines.
thermal imaging

Predicting substation failures with thermal imaging

In this article, Andrew Baker, director at industrial technology company FLIR Systems puts the potential of thermal imaging in focus.
electricity systems

The potential value of DSOs

Keeping costs low is essential as we move towards flexible electricity systems, write Gareth Davies and David Cox from AFRY Management Consulting.
Flexible power solutions are vital to making decentralised energy fulfil its potential

Blazing a trail to a decentralised future

Flexible power solutions are vital to making decentralised energy fulfil its potential, says Dan Ibbetson.
solar projects

Why monitoring and control systems could transform renewables

As renewable energy investments grow rapidly, the role of monitoring and control systems for these assets is becoming vital, writes Pritil Gunjan.
Hydrogen in the energy sector

Why it’s hydrogen’s time to take off

Renewables can’t carry all the world’s energy demand on its shoulders. Now is the time for low carbon hydrogen, argue Worley’s Frank Wouters and Dr Paul Ebert.
Grid technology

Ed’s Note: Spotlight on new tech

For some time the energy industry has focused on the challenge of how to manage the intermittency of renewables.
noise management

Wall of sound: Managing noise in CHP plants

Robert Lomax examines existing technologies addressing industrial noise emissions from CHP plants.
World Economic Forum

Davos 2020 – Focus on climate crisis at Swiss summit

Thomas Leurent, the CEO of the energy-tech firm Akselos, provides feedback on the climate change debate at the World Economic Forum in Davos.

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